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Comedy Central
Mar 21, 2013 1:00am PDT
are two economies in this country. there's the economies of all of us and the island, health care economy. we've had a pretty rough time over the last four or fives, six years in our economy. there's a lot of unemployment, a lot of pressure on us. not on that island. everybody just keeps making more money. >> jon: right. >> it's as if they don't exist in the universe and worst of all, the money they are making they are taking from all of us and bankrupting the country and it's bankrupting people. 60% of the personal bankruptcies in this country come from medical bills. >> jon: what is crazy to me is when you begin to tease it apart. when you begin to deconstruct it, it's made of sand. as i'm reading it's 36 pages. as you get higher and higher in the pages you feel like chuck yaeger breaking the sound barrier. i was like oh, my god. by page ten i was like i can't take it anymore. there's something -- you cannot believe this. there's something called the charge master. >> right. >> jon: and the charge master sets the price. so if you want an mri that's $6,000 according to the charge
Comedy Central
Mar 19, 2013 1:00am PDT
companies that sort of tracked the american economy 50 years ago are higher than ever. we're back, baby. [cheers and applause] and the best part is we never had to fix our systemic issues. [ laughter ] it got better. that brings us to our new segment "i guess that's one problem we never have to worry about again." [ laughter ] here is the most impressive part of the comeback it took wall street five and a half years to repair the gaping wound they self inflicted. [ laughter ] it's another reason wall street is better than main street, faster healers. who knew that amongst wall street's many charms and talents was the healing ability of wolverine. [laughter] although we already knew they had the damaging power of wolverine. [ laughter ] i sure wish we healed like that. anyhow, the point is we no longer have to worry about fixing wall street, unacceptable risk and volatility issues. the good news about history never repeating doesn't end there. you know what else we fixed? racism. bam! ba-bam! [cheers and applause] like the dow jones industrial average, black people in this country are at
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